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The library system will look at the feasibility of an AI application for library users.
Earlier this year, I had a kidney transplant and it changed my life. I was diagnosed with lupus at 19 and for years, I battled… Continue reading
The GOP wants a Democratic senator held to account for accusations which an investigation found to be false.
Eastside for All has launched to focus on race and social justice advocacy.
There are more than 110,000 residents of our state living with Alzheimer’s disease and more than 348,000 family members and friends are acting as unpaid… Continue reading
The final environmental impact statement for the world’s largest fracked gas and methanol refinery proposed to be built in Kalama, is inaccurate and misleading. It… Continue reading
Regarding “LNG project must stop” (Reporter, Aug. 30): I certainly agree, but I would like to point out the statement, “it will damage our environment… Continue reading
What do we not know about the history of the human race?
Plan now to turn garden overflow into healthy, economical meals – and reduce waste.
I attended the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency (PSCAA) hearing regarding Puget Sound Energy’s proposed gas liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant in Tacoma. The main… Continue reading
How parents can help their students embark on a college career.
What does it mean to become a U.S. citizen?
If the perpetrators did not have guns with the capability of mass destruction, mass destruction would not occur. It’s not about background or mental health… Continue reading
Hot coals – great for burgers, bad for garbage.
Whew. Tuesday’s primary marked the electoral debut of VoteWa, and the sparkling new statewide election management system didn’t crash or suffer a full-on high-tech belly… Continue reading
“The Art of Alzheimer’s” features work by artists who have Alzheimer’s or other types of dementia.
The Reporter’s article, “Lights for Liberty Vigil protests the inhumane conditions faced by migrants” on the front page of the July 19 issue was written… Continue reading
Thousands of asylum seekers from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras — some of the most dangerous places on Earth (especially for women and children) —… Continue reading
We recently celebrated the anniversary of one of the biggest engineering feats in American history. Fifty years ago, the United States took on the successful… Continue reading
What’s at stake is the issue of digital equity and access.